Whether in rural Montana or New York City, if you drive in an area subject to freezing winters, it’s best to be prepared. Breaking down, getting stranded and running up against a potential emergency is no time to start thinking about what you wish you had packed. Make sure you have a winter emergency kit…
A car jack is a lifting tool, not a support. Jacks alone are not a safe way to balance a load or a reliable means of holding it up.
The oxygen sensor affects not only your car’s drivability, but the outside world as well. Here’s what you need to know about oxygen sensor repair.
The next time you get greasy you can get oil out of clothes with a bit of effort and swift action.
Ensuring you have an energy-efficient garage can save you money in the long run.
The average life of brake pads and shoes varies greatly based on a number of factors, some of them well within your control.
Staying proactive is the number one rule of car maintenance. The welfare of your vehicle may pay off in more ways than one.
If you find your car tools rusted, it’s not necessarily time to replace them. Rust is removable with the use of the right products.
A full explanation of an internal combustion engine is more than can be covered here, but it’s not so complicated to understand the basics.
Donut vs. full size is a good thing to consider before you find yourself on the side of the road with a flat.